Presentation of the Greek translation of the famous book by Pierre Duhem (SOZEIN TA PHENOMENA. Essai sur la notion de théorie physique de Platon à Galilée). Nov. 8th, 2007, Athens, Greece. Professors of the University of Athens J. Christianidis, D. Dialetis, K. Gavroglou, K. Gaganakis, S. Psilos speak about the book, the author and the importance of it in the History of Science. In Greek language. Topic: History of Science, Pierre Duhem, Phenomena
Shots from an anti-fascist demonstration Athens, Greece. Shot with a Canon Rebel DSLR at 1080p 30fps. Free to use, just credit subMedia.tv Topic: greece, anarchy, athens, golden dawn, fascists, neo-nazi, submedia, b roll, footage, radfilmarchive
Nani Mine, Nani Nani (Greek) Lullaby from the Lullabies of Europe education project (see http://www.lullabies-of-europe.org/) The lullabies collection consists of 35 lullabies in 7 European languages. The collection is accompanied by a 127 page illustrated book that includes activities suitable for children. Plus a DVD with interactive activities. Topics: Îlullabies, babies, Lullaby, childrens songs, education, greek, early language learning
In 1920, King Alexander of Greece died from a monkey bite. His sudden, untimely death was one of the first in a series of disasters that ultimately led to the Greek Catastrophe in Asia Minor of 1922. Who cares? Well, in this piece I wanted to make the point that history is full of strange, absurd events. There is always the element of chaos underneath everything. In Greece, there are innumerable nationalist documentaries exploring the actions of men like Eleftherios Venizelos (women are notably... ( 3 reviews ) Topic: modern Greek history, experimental animation
Although Greece recognises the right to conscientious objection and makes the provision for substitute service, there remain several problems and discriminatory practices against conscientious objectors and the provision of substitute service is riddled with complications and thus further discriminates against COs. - Length of substitute service is discriminatory and punitive. - Greek CO law excludes whole groups from applying for CO status. There is no case by case decision and the capacity to... Topic: CO Conscientious Objection Greece Military Service Repression WRI War Resistence EBCO Civil...
Maria Papagiannidou, author of "Goodbye AIDS! Did it ever exist?" announces her book on April 7th and 8th 2009. Guest speakers include: Janine Roberts, Lambros Papantoniou, Dr. Andrew Maniotis, Dr. Juliane Sacher, Maria Papagiannidou, Panagiotis Sopiadis, Giolanda Danaou, Giannis Andrakakos http://www.hivwave.gr Topics: AIDS, HIV, Fraud, Fiction, Side, Effects, Scam, Africa, Gallo, Fear, Invisible, Rethinking,...
Yunan polisinin alexisi katletmesinin ardindan gozyasinin yerini alan eylemliliklere iliskin, selanikâ de 2009' da hazirlanan, eylemcilerin goruntulerinden ve alintilardan olusan 28 dakikalik video. A 28 minutes short movie-presentation of the insurrection of December 2008 in Greece through the words and actions of people that took part in it. The video was created in Thessaloniki in January 2009 and its first presentation took place before an open discussion-review of the insurrection in the... Topics: Firtinali, Cennetin, Ihtimali, Potentiality, Of, Storming, Heaven
byGuilherme Moreira de Melo and Maria Laura Jaumandreu
This 12 DVDs Learning the Vedas was made by a team of more than 50 Sai devotees from 19 countries only by selfless service to spread the Vedas all over the world. We follow what our beloved Master Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba taught us: that Vedas are for all humankind and should be spread. This collection of 12 DVDs Learning the Vedas contain 18 mantras and the 11 Anuvakas of the Namakam (Sri Rudram). The meaning of each Veda is translated into 17 languages (English, Spanish, Portuguese,... ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Vedas, Sathya Sai Baba, learning vedas